Shocking moment woman throws punches at opponent in brutal fight at Notting Hill Carnival | The Sun

THIS is the shocking moment a topless woman threw punches when a fight broke out at Notting Hill Carnival.

It's thought the brawl broke out at 8pm on Sunday in Latimer, Ladbrooke Grove in West London.

Footage shared on social media shows two women, one wearing a black tank top with her breasts exposed, being held back by a man and a woman. 

The topless woman runs towards a woman in a black and white check cardigan, repeatedly punching her in the head in front of a horrified crowd. 

In the scuffle, a number of those breaking up the brawl allegedly “groped” the topless woman’s breasts. 

A second clip shows costume-clad witnesses attempting to pull the topless woman off the other woman, as she repeatedly kicked her on the floor. 

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One witness described the moment the fight broke out 

He said: “The group were together and doing smartwhips when they felt the girl being jumped was doing most of it despite not chipping in any money for it. 

“This led to the confrontation and her being kicked and punched. Unfortunately, two men appear to have taken advantage of the situation and grope the woman whose breasts had become exposed. 

“No police intervention at all. Understaffed. Public had to break up the fight.”

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“I was stunned but expected something to happen especially at the end of carnival as the day comes to an end."

Europe's largest street carnival has taken place in the Notting Hill area of West London since 1966.

And while there were several violent incidents, a Met Police Boss last night said the event had been “largely positive and goo-natured”.

It comes after Takayo Nembhard, 21, who released drill music under the name TKorStretch, died after cops found him injured at 8pm last night.

Dr Alison Heydari, Met Police Commander of Local Policing, said: “Officers from across the Met have been working tirelessly over the past two days to ensure that all those who came to Notting Hill Carnival could enjoy the experience safely.

“It was the culmination of months of close coordination with the organisers, our local authority and emergency service partners and the community.

“The atmosphere over the past two days has been largely positive and good-natured as Carnival should be.

“Regrettably, on Monday evening we saw a number of violent incidents and a 21-year-old man has lost his life.

“Our thoughts are with his family as they come to terms with their terrible loss.

“A murder investigation is under way, led by homicide detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command.

“They will pursue every possible line of enquiry to identify those responsible and bring them to justice.

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“There were hundreds of people in the immediate vicinity when this incident took place.

“I would urge anyone who saw anything, who has video footage or who has any other information that could assist officers, to come forward.”

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